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#1006573 --- 04/08/09 02:58 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: Coach64]
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oh! & 1, yanks! My tearduct's overfloweth! Beckett K's his usual 10 last night! Go Sox!

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#1006593 --- 04/08/09 04:04 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: wedggie]
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#1006626 --- 04/08/09 05:56 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: wedggie]
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The season just started. Stay tuned. We're heading down to NYC end of June for two games. I'm sure there will be a new reason for Yankee haters to jump for joy in the news by then.
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#1006635 --- 04/08/09 06:25 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: wedggie]
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Oh, Jose, say it ain't so.

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#1006666 --- 04/08/09 06:57 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: Highlander]
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Originally Posted By: Highlander
Oh, Jose, say it ain't so.

LINK !!!


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#1006683 --- 04/08/09 07:20 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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Jose must be right. Right? Now what?

Pssst! I heard Yogi confided to Joba that the Babe was on the "juice".


Edited by wedggie (04/08/09 07:34 PM)

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#1006705 --- 04/08/09 07:42 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: wedggie]
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Great game tonight....
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#1006782 --- 04/08/09 10:16 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: RedGreen]
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OK, RG...it's April. Don't get excited.
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#1006982 --- 04/09/09 11:16 AM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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#1007148 --- 04/09/09 06:32 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: RedGreen]
nymmamma Offline
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Originally Posted By: RedGreen


Whatcha sweepin? Didn't happen.
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#1013251 --- 04/22/09 05:43 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb/gameTrax?gameId=290422110&MSNHPHMA

That was a marathon. On to Fenway for the weekend.
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#1015442 --- 04/27/09 04:07 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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OOOOHHHH, don't think you like what happened in Boston. Andy must have been thinking about next year when they stole home on him.GO SOX!!!

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#1015471 --- 04/27/09 05:50 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: peppie]
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Ha, you're right about that. Stealing home? Blowing a 6-0 lead on Saturday? That was just plain ugly.
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#1017230 --- 04/30/09 06:58 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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From the NYY website. Did anyone else see this? I thought, what the heck?

False alarm halts Tigers-Yanks game
Emergency alert sounds at Comerica in bottom of eighth
Joba ties a ribbon on road trip with win
By Jason Beck / MLB.com

04/29/09 11:25 PM ET

DETROIT -- Most of the current Tigers weren't around during the first few years of Comerica Park, when one of the stadium's kinks included an emergency alarm system that seemed a bit sensitive. So when the sirens sounded in the eighth inning of Wednesday's nationally televised game between the Tigers and Yankees, everything and everybody seemed to stop, not just the game.

In these times, even when everybody suspects a false alarm, no one is sure whether to behave like it is.

"In this day and age, you take it very serious," Tigers manager Jim Leyland said. "Fortunately, it was false."

The Tigers were batting in the bottom of the eighth against Yankees reliever Phil Coke when the alarms went off around the ballpark with flashing lights and a recorded message, advising fans to head toward the exits without using the elevators. There was no visible emergency, leaving fans, players and umpires looking around to decide what to do. Fans began to file toward the concourse, but many players remained on the field to wait for instructions.

"At first, I thought it was false," said Tigers leadoff man Curtis Granderson, who was in the dugout at the time. "But the fact [is] that I've been here since '04 and I've never heard anything like that before. Then I see the fans with no hesitation getting out. I see Johnny Damon getting ready to run off the field.

"I thought I was in a good spot with the cement dugout. If somebody was going to say to move, then I'd go ahead and take it from there. But you always have to kind of be cautious of something going on, especially the warnings that are being given."

All the while, the confusion played out on ESPN, which had the national broadcast as part of the Wednesday night package.

Home-plate umpire Brian Runge was ready to call the players off the field, Leyland said, until he called stadium personnel and was told there was no emergency.

Tigers vice president of communications Ron Colangelo said a fire alarm went off near one of the stadium concession stands. The way the system works, Colangelo said, one alarm triggers all of the alarms.

Once stadium security turned off the sirens, play soon resumed and many fans returned to their seats. Others kept on going and left. And the Tigers were given a not-so-subtle reminder that the alarm system worked.

"I wasn't sure it was false," Leyland said. "I mean, that's why they've got the alarm. So when it goes off, your first thought process is not that somebody's screwing around."

Jason Beck is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.
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#1017266 --- 04/30/09 07:50 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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On the telly, it seemed like that entire fiasco was over before it even started.

Are you watching tonight,nymmamma ?
JETER is Mr. Clutch !!!

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#1017267 --- 04/30/09 08:01 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: Highlander]
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Adam Jones from Baltimore has a bye, so I put Damon in, and I'm doing well in fantasy, thank you very much, Highlander.
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#1017846 --- 05/01/09 10:02 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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By Anthony DiComo / MLB.com

05/01/09 10:50 PM ET

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NEW YORK -- Apparently, the Yankees can score in bunches, too.

Jorge Posada hit a walk-off two-run single as the Yankees made up for a six-run inning by staging two critical rallies of their own to escape with a 10-9 win over the Angels.

Mark Teixeira drew a leadoff walk off Angels closer Brian Fuentes to set up the winning rally in the ninth, and Hideki Matsui and Robinson Cano hit consecutive singles to load the bases with no outs. Then, still with no outs, Posada laced a pitch into left-center field, scoring two and sending the crowd into a frenzy.

Everything seemed to unravel for the Yankees in the sixth inning, when the Angels struck for six runs off Andy Pettitte and reliever Mark Melancon. With the bases loaded and two runs already in, Gary Matthews Jr. struck the big blow with a three-run triple on Melancon's first pitch of the game.

After Jose Veras allowed singles to the first three hitters he faced in the seventh inning, Jeff Mathis successfully converted a suicide squeeze for the Angels' eighth run.

But the Yankees moved closer in the eighth inning, scoring four times on Melky Cabrera's RBI single, Ramiro Pena's two-run single and Derek Jeter's groundout.

The Yankees staged another rally in a four-run first inning, highlighted by Posada's two-run home run. But they could do no further damage against Angels starter Jered Weaver, who recovered to pitch six effective innings.

That rally cost the Yankees, too, when Weaver plunked Nick Swisher on the right elbow with a pitch. Swisher remained in the game for one more inning before leaving with a bruised right elbow. X-rays were negative, and he is day-to-day.
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#1025678 --- 05/17/09 05:41 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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#1025708 --- 05/17/09 07:47 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: nymmamma]
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UH OH, the yankwee's are on a 3 game tear, time to pull out the old 2000 world series hats and t-shirts. \:o \:o \:D

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#1025709 --- 05/17/09 07:50 PM Re: NY Yankees 2009 [Re: manofveal]
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One more tomorrow and it's a sweep. Oh yea. ;\)
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